It seems that everything around us is changing and we’re facing challenges like never before in our lifetime. The global pandemic has affected how all of us work and what was the norm has changed dramatically and it seems likely that we will be facing changes of some sort or another for some time. A lot of us are now having to manage and work with teams remotely and have had to find new ways of keeping them motivated while worrying about their mental health and wellbeing. The leaders of today have a whole different range of things to consider and act on.
The purpose of the “Leading Through Uncertainty” virtual programmes is to provide your managers with all they need to navigate their way through the leadership challenges they face. They’ll consider their own needs, but more widely, the key needs of their team.
Managing Virtual Teams
Managing Virtual Teams has become a hot topic. People are now much more likely to work from home, at alternative locations, or even on the other side of the world, which means managers might rarely see them.
Consequently, managers that are asked to lead these virtual teams not only face the usual leadership dilemmas, they also have to be able to adapt to these challenges in an pandemic environment where the rules have changed!
Managing virtual teams requires a different approach. It means developing new skills, communication methodologies and techniques to get the best out of teams and improve organisational and personal performance.
Perhaps you’ve always had virtual teams and you want to make your managers more effective. Or you want to refocus existing teams by developing your management team skills. Whatever your need, Courageous Cultures provides you with a comprehensive training course on managing a virtual team that will make your life easy.
Why is running this virtual team training course a good idea?
Well, just imagine if your leaders were better able to:
- Inspire their virtual teams, bringing out the best in each and every individual.
- Overcome the barriers and isolation that working remotely can cause.
- Develop a virtual team that works collaboratively and with the interests of the organisation at heart.
- Increase their teams performance though clear goal setting and communication.
- Improve the effective use of technology within the organisation.
- Develop trusting relationships that ensure the team work towards common goals.
- Keep their teams happy and reduce staff turnaround.
Ultimately this training and 1:2:1 programme will allow you to nurture a virtual team that is more motivated, inspired and productive.
You need to know that your managers can effectively lead remote workers.
Courageous Cultures can show you how!
Leading Through Uncertainty
Leading Through Uncertainty has been developed for managers at all levels who face the challenge of working through uncertain times. They are likely to be facing the difficulty of ensuring the wellbeing of their team, or concerned about how they can ensure they remain motivated.
They’ll also need to focus on their own personal resilience and the difficulties they face and are looking for methods of remaining positive while providing development and additional support for team members.
The virtual training and coaching will help to ensure your managers have the tools and techniques required to effectively manage their teams through the challenge of change and adaptation while providing their team with all the personal support they need.
Why is running this virtual leading through uncertainty course a good idea?
Well, just imagine if your managers were better able to:
- Identify the challenges of leading in a VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous)
- Accept and manage the emotional impact of change
- Develop personal resilience and be able to focus on working in ambiguous situations with vigour
- Understand the storytelling process and its importance in communicating effectively to their team
- Motivate, develop and support teams to success through uncertain times
- Develop trust, support and rapport with their team members